Looking for Web Accessibility 101?
The free Web Accessibility 101 webinar is now available to watch on demand.
Mobile A11y Webinars
We have a new Mobile Accessibility webinar titled Mobile Accessibility 102: Mobile Web Techniques. In this Mobile Web Accessibility webinar you will learn web accessibility development techniques for mobile devices and testing with mobile screen readers. A variety of topics will be covered, including Accessible Design, Forms & Error Validation, Custom vs. Native Controls, and Single Page Apps.
This webinar will also demonstrate how to use automated mobile web accessibility testing tools in addition to manual testing with assistive technologies.
Register for one of the presentation dates below:
Want to get some face-time with the Deque Team? In 2017, we’ll be participating in the following conferences:
- CodeMash – Sandusky, OH; Jan. 10-13
- 32nd CSUN Assistive Technology Conference – San Diego, CA; Feb. 27 – March 4
- StarEast – Orlando, FL; May 7-12
- Agile Dev West (co-located with Better Software and DevOps) – Las Vegas, NV; June 4-9
- M-Enabling Summit and IAAP Pre-Conference Session – Washington, DC; June 12-14
- StarWest – Anaheim, CA; Oct. 1-6
With more to come!
Marcy Sutton and Wilco Fiers will be hosting our 2nd annual aXe Hackathon as part of CSUN 2017. This year, we’ll be using aXe to perform accessibility testing on open source component libraries, WordPress templates, and who knows what else, and we’ll log those issues with the content owners. Details on a more advanced project will be coming soon…
Anyone! Everyone! All experience levels. Seasoned developers and people who wouldn’t know an anchor tag if it punched them in the blogspot. If you can download a browser extension, you can test for accessibility. And if you’d like something more challenging, don’t worry – we’ll have you covered.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt, Room: Solana Beach AB
1 Market Place, San Diego, CA 92101
Saturday, March 4th, 2017. 9am-12pm.
Because people with disabilities deserve equal access to the internet, and it takes a village to make this kind of change. Plus, you’ll come away with some valuable skills, like…
- How to perform basic accessibility testing
- How to put together an accessibility bug report that is easy to understand and easy to act on
- How to log issues on GitHub
Did I mention the cool advanced project? Don’t worry – we’ll have more details soon.
And yes, there will be free snacks and prizes. You won’t want to miss it!